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NMDS-SC gets a new name

By greg | 28 Jan 2019 | Category: News
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This is an excerpt from the Skills for Care enews 24th January 2019.

Most of the sector knows that we’re currently developing a new National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) service. This year you’ll be able to see what it looks like and how it feels to use.

Part of this makeover is a new name. We’ve consulted with our users and the service will be called ‘Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set’.
The new system will look and feel better as we continue to collect vital information about our workforce. We’re really grateful to all our volunteers who have been so closely involved with the development testing and feedback.

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